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Part 4 – Install the Amazon S3 Plugin

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The next thing we're going to do is create a digital product in WooCommerce. This was the physical product that we just created and now we are going to create a simple digital product. But since we are serving our digital products via Amazon S3 we actually need to install the Amazon S3 Plugin before

Part 1 – Choosing the Right Shopping Cart Plugin

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Well, good morning everybody and welcome to this first lesson in our How to create an online store with WooCommerce series. Now, I would like to introduce you to Laura Crisci. Laura has been long suffering waiting for me to get to the point where I was ready to teach this course. I think it

Lesson 2 – Part 2 – Choosing the Right Shopping Cart Plugin – Compare Plugins

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As we just discussed, you need to create a store plan for your online store. This is a store plan outline that I proposed a month ago in that course on how to make a choice about shopping cart plugins. The type of store we’re building is a large store with many digital products and

Lesson 2 – Part 1 – Choosing the Right Shopping Cart Plugin – Start with a Plan

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Good morning everybody and welcome to lesson 2 of our class in How to Sell Digital Products with WP eStore which is part of our WordPress eCommerce Seminar series. In the first lesson we created a simple online store in WP eStore but today we're going to be creating the larger store that sells lots

Lesson 8 – Part 3 – Create a Manual Buyer Account

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Step 3 in this process then is to create a buyer account. We come back over here to the PayPal sandbox and under test accounts, we’re going to create a new test account. But this time, we’re going to create it manually. The reason we are creating the seller account manually is because we want

Lesson 8 – Part 1 – Create a PayPal Sandbox Account

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This morning we’re going to learn how to set up a PayPal testing environment and then test Shopp using that PayPal testing environment and see all of the different parts of that process. And then we’ll switch and configure Shopp using PayPal. So first, we’ll test it in a testing environment and then we’ll set

Lesson 8 – Set up PayPal testing environment in Shopp

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In this eighth lesson of our Build an Online Store Using Shopp we show how to set up PayPal for payment transactions. We begin by showing how to create a PayPal sandbox account and then how to set up Seller and Manual Buyer accounts. We move on to configuring Shopp to work with PayPal and

Lesson 7 – Part 4 – Testing Transactions with Authorize.net

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To wrap up this seminar, we are going to talk about testing transactions in Shopp with authorize.net, managing order fulfillment in Shopp and then managing customer information. We’re going to start off with authorize.net.Now, I want to draw your attention to this document at docs.shoppplugin.net/authorize.net. I’ve placed it in the Week 7 resources with the

Lesson 2 – Part 4 – Shopp Payments Settings

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Next we’re working on Payments. You have some payment options that are automatically included with Shopp and that is Test Mode, PayPal standard, PayPal Express, Google Checkout, 2Checkout.com and Offline Payment. Offline Payment means that that they can pay by check or money order or whatever. You could include the ability to do an offline